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NETGEARŪ HDX101

Electrical Cable Network

Like print speeds, data transfer rates sometimes promise more than they deliver as I discovered when testing some Netgear kit.

While wireless is generally accepted as the preferred option for home networking, it is not always the most suitable method for some users.  A wireless network may remove the need for unsightly wires between devices and be relatively easy to set up in the ideal environment but complications can get in the way.  Often thick walls and metal mesh encased in structures will interfere with wireless signals and cause communication problems.